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Battery draining possible electrical

I recently replaced the battery on my accord. I have also had the alternator checked which checked out fine. I am hearing clicking sounds coming from under the dash on the passenger side of the car and when this is happening, the abs light shines, the battery light comes off and on, and then the lights dim and go bright sporatically. The odometer and rpm gauge work only on occasion. I am at a loss after being told that the alternator and the battery are both good. Any help would be great.

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Bad ground some were ck the negative wires that come from the batterie to the chassis and see......

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